Cowboys QB Dak Prescott believes the team’s offense is ‘loaded’ with speedy playmakers

The Dallas Cowboys offense is stacked with Pro Bowl caliber wideouts.


Cowboys QB Dak Prescott believes the team’s offense is ‘loaded’ with speedy playmakers

Dak Prescott says the Cowboys have great playmakers (Image via IMAGO)

When the 2022 playoffs ended in disappointment for the Dallas Cowboys, it was clear that they needed more power up front. Keeping that in mind, they added a few pieces that pleased Dak Prescott.

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The star quarterback had a front-row seat to see the teammates whom he would throw to in a few days when he donned the role of their offensive coordinator during their final friendly against the Las Vegas Raiders. He called plays for more than thirty minutes, which resulted in a 31-16 victory for the Cowboys. After a successful outing, the resurgence of the playmakers is visible as daylight. They have Dak Prescott’s seal of approval.

“Yeah, a lot of speed. You can name a lot of guys,” the 30-year-old said about this year’s Cowboys offense. “We have a few guys that have speed but are playmakers. Speed is one thing, but to be a playmaker is another thing.”

They sure do have pace. For starters, Brandin Cooks arrived at AT&T with six consecutive 1,000-yard seasons on his CV. The former round-one pick is ready to back up his 4.3-range claim.

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Moreover, Tony Pollard is back after suffering an injury in that playoff game against the 49ers last season. But it’s rookie Deuce Vaughn who lit up the preseason games. He’s the juiciest of them all. The pint-sized edge rusher will get his chances as he goes for another one of his mazey runs.

Then there’s the Pro Bowl wideout, CeeDee Lamb, with whom Prescott has formed a telepathic relationship. The 24-year-old is one of the main men on the Cowboys front line as he looks to put up a third straight 1,000-yard season.

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A fired-up Dallas Cowboys front line will make Dak Prescott’s job easier

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott believes the team’s offense is ‘loaded’ with speedy playmakers
Prescott is one of the leaders in the Cowboys squad (Image via IMAGO)

The Cowboys will face the New York Giants in their Week 1 game, and they want to make the best start possible. They are already a top defense under head coach Mike McCarthy, but their underperformance last year was concerning. But the return of key players has renewed hope in Arlington.

Michael Gallup has returned from injury, and Jalen Tolbert looked sharp during training camp. Their depth chart on offense is frightening, and they are capable of being the best in the league, considering the NFC doesn’t boast a tough division this year. Dak Prescott claims he is looking forward to some great plays.

“For me, it’s about getting these guys the ball,” the Pro Bowler said, as per the Cowboys website. “Whether it’s in the run game or pass, we’ve got a handful of guys, and that’s going to make my job easier.”

Well, for Prescott’s sake, he needs to find them accurately and throw fewer interceptions than in the last couple of years. Moreover, the inclusion of Trey Lance as the third choice may give him the motivation to perform better.

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